Tag Archives: AutoCAD 2014 tutorial

AutoCAD Tips and Tricks for all users

By | August 10, 2015

1. How to select an object under another object? 1st way: There is a very simple way. Press Ctrl button when you select object. Click on object until you is selected, you press Space button (enter or right). 2nd way: You can use Layoff command to turn off other layers. 3rd way: You can also use Draworder command to order… Read More »

How to learn AutoCAD by yourself?

By | June 29, 2015

I think that if you are a engineer, you will know some software such as Revit, 3D Max, AutoCAD, Sketch up. AutoCAD is one of softwares sample and the most easy. You can learn it by yourself. In this post, AutoCAD Tutorial Blog will guide ways to learn this software best. Ok! let’s start. First, you must know what AutoCAD is. Because you have… Read More »

New commands and system variables AutoCAD 2016

By | April 18, 2015

Per version will give helpful new commands and features to user. AutoCAD 2016 version is also. Today AutoCAD Tutorial will introduce new commands and new system variable in this version to everyone. You can refer them on Autodesk’s Website. New commands in AutoCAD 2016 1. CLOSEALLOTHER command Closes all other open drawings, except the current active drawing. 2. CMATTACHCOORDINATIONMODELATTACH Inserts references to coordination models… Read More »

Draw and Modify command AutoCAD Tutorials

By | February 5, 2015

Hi! Well come to AutoCAD Tutorials Topic today: Introduce some basic draw and modify command in AutoCAD. Draw command AutoCAD Tutorials 1. PLine(PL): Use to draw polylines consist of straight lines and arcs. + Type PL > Spacebar. + Mouse click or enter first point of coordinates from the keyboard. + Mouse click or enter first point of… Read More »

How to add font AutoCAD?|AutoCAD Tip

By | January 28, 2015

Hi! How are you? Now topic today: How to add font AutoCAD? If you are using Window 7 or Window 8, you could do steps the following: 1st step: You can download all Font CAD 2nd step: Copy all font just download 3nd step: Control Panel > Font Or Window > Font 4th step: Paste font  

Eight tips to fix errors in AutoCAD

By | January 20, 2015

Hello! Everyone Topic: Eight tips to fix errors|AutoCAD tip I think that you and me or anyone will meet some errors in the press of working with AutoCAD drawing. Do you think so? So today, I will introduce to everyone basic eight tips to fix some errors in AutoCAD. Ok, let’s begin. One of the nightmare for designer… Read More »

How to convert Mtext to Text in AutoCAD 2014?

By | October 23, 2014

Sometime you want to convert Mtext to Text in the drawing. So, How to do that? In the lesson today, I will help you do that. Ok, let’s start! Type EX (Explode command) > Enter > Select  paragraphic text > Enter. So, only use Explode command can convert Mtext to Text. Very simple. If you have other way,… Read More »

What is the difference between Mtext and Text in AutoCAD?

By | October 22, 2014

Hello Everyone Well come to AutoCADtip.com In the lesson today. I will introduce Mtext and Text attribute to you in AutoCAD. Well, Do you want to know it? Very simple. Mtext attribute is created by Mtext command. Mtex allowt input multiline paragraphic text. As the text is an entity, you can only select and editor the entire text. Text… Read More »

How to add Plotter in AutoCAD 2014?

By | October 15, 2014

Hi! Everyone In this lesson, I will give a steps tutorials how to add a plotter in AutoCAD 2014. Almost of printers auto to connect to all software application such as Microsoft office, Photoshop, 3D max, Revit architecture,.. and AutoCAD is too. If you are sure that printer driver installed but you don’t find this plotter when printing.… Read More »

How to make Fillet corner in AutoCAD?

By | October 4, 2014

You can see figure as below. What do you find the difference? A corner is filleted here. So, how to create this corner? 1st way: You can make a circle contact with two line and then using Trim command. 2nd way:  You can use Fillet command and do as following step 1: Type F > Enter step 2:… Read More »